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This book was great Like everyone needs to go read it, like now The stories are both short long, told by those young old everything in between You can t help but feel everything from sorrow to anger pure joy from the stories that have been shared by these amazing women This book isn t just for women or feminists, it is for everyone to be able to see what it is that girls women have gone through in their lives what they did on order to change it make it better for themselves This book was great Like everyone needs to go read it, like now The stories are both short long, told by those young old everything in between You can t help but feel everything from sorrow to anger pure joy from the stories that have been shared by these amazing women This book isn t just for women or feminists, it is for everyone to be able to see what it is that girls women have gone through in their lives what they did on order to change it make it better for themselves others Such an inspiring book actually has resources that can prove to be helpful She actually made this a thing where you can actually get your community involved by having discussion groups She has a whole process set up for folks to follow it simply just makes sense Incredible Go get it so you can be in awe realize how these women made a difference You can too I really enjoyed these stories from women who have ovaries There were stories from young girls to older women, all who tell their story in their own unique way Some are mild, but you know as you read the story, it took courage for each woman to do what they needed to do.I was inspired by each of these stories, stories that are told by bold females about their brazen acts And I think brazen acts pretty well sums up each and every story told.If you are a female, I encourage you to get a cop I really enjoyed these stories from women who have ovaries There were stories from young girls to older women, all who tell their story in their own unique way Some are mild, but you know as you read the story, it took courage for each woman to do what they needed to do.I was inspired by each of these stories, stories that are told by bold females about their brazen acts And I think brazen acts pretty well sums up each and every story told.If you are a female, I encourage you to get a copy of this book and read it My review doesn t do the stories justice I am not the biggest fan of short stories anthologies so this was hard for me Some of the essays were excellent while others dragged and I though the last 3 in the book were downright bizarre Also I have read a lot of books on feminism, so this didn t feel like it had any new content. It s interesting, and a bit scary, and funny too It s a collection of one to five page essays submitted by women of all ages five being the youngest , mostly from the United States, but a few from other countries as well They re all true stories, things these women and girls have actually accomplished and survived and experienced They all aim to be inspiring, and most hit the mark I read the book all in one sitting actually, I snagged it from my roommate, who has to read it for her Women It s interesting, and a bit scary, and funny too It s a collection of one to five page essays submitted by women of all ages five being the youngest , mostly from the United States, but a few from other countries as well They re all true stories, things these women and girls have actually accomplished and survived and experienced They all aim to be inspiring, and most hit the mark I read the book all in one sitting actually, I snagged it from my roommate, who has to read it for her Women s Studies class, and she s now demanding a reader s digest version, which is hard to do for a collection of essays , and several of them stuck with me A good read for anyone who s interested in feminism, on any level, or just in women s voices and stories.Nothing I need to own, but I m going to buy it for a woman I used to work with I think she ll enjoy it Of course I m going to like this book, right My favorite story is about a woman who actually shames a man that has just broken into her house into leavingwith an apology no lessall with no pants or undies on. This book was cute super feminism LITE I didn t expect too much critical thinking or theory, but I think she did a decent job with mentioning different versions of feminism and different versions of oppression across cultures and classes This is something I will definitely give this to a younger cousin to get her started on the path of being an outspoken, radical female. You know I like stories of people testing their mettle so this is a no brainer for me My sweetheart saw it and knew I would love it He was right You may find you feel like stirring up some trouble after reading this book I did. An anthology of stories in which females stood up for themselves or others Some are funny some are bold, and some are outrageous Additionally, certain practices are highlighted bringing attention to the plight of young girl. (EBOOK) æ That Takes Ovaries!Bold Females and Their Brazen Acts ë Having ovaries unabashed, gutsy, feisty, playful, challenging, full of chutzpah, mettlesome, naughty, victorious, straight from the hip, full flavored, outrageous, righteous, loving, inspiring, bold as brass, self assured, self confident, self possessed, daring, heroic, wild, wanton, crazy, optimistic, unflappable, pushy, unstoppable, impressive, rebellious, kick ass, carefree, having moxie, having heart, having no fear That takes balls are words of praise usually reserved for a man who has done something tough, fearless, and maybe a little crazy someone who pushes the boundaries or breaks a few rules But when it comes to hotheaded courage, impassioned activism, quirky wisdom, or bold confrontation, women have got what it takes and then some That Takes Ovaries is a lively, fun, and often touching celebration of women and girls doing their thing their way Kathleen, who reduced a would be burglar to tears by lecturing him about black pride all while standing in her underwear Elaine, a sky surfer who plunges from airplanes on ainch surfboard Rachel, a high school junior who organizedhigh school girls to take on the boys who harassed them Denise, a teenage cashier who faced down an irate, gun wielding gangbanger in an inner city fast food joint Joani, a public health educator who opened the country s first women oriented sex toys store Eva, who made the dangerous, illegal journey from Central America to the United States in order to give her children a better lifeNow that takes ovaries the pieces in this anthology are too short I feel absolutely no connection with the characters there is no emotional pay off I believe the book was adapted from a series of open mike style events and my feeling is that the stories in the book would be better presented in that format.